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On Sun, 28 Oct 2007 11:11:31 -0500, DMennenoh **AdobeCommunityExpert**
> How are you loading your clip? This pretty much has to be a problem with
> how you're doing it, otherwise this problem would appear all the time-
> and it doesn't.
Hmm, I haven't looked at that approach; maybe something messing up here.
Player detection and embed"; looks similar to the following:
theObject = new SWFObject("object.swf", "uid", "100%", "100%", "7",
"#FFFFFF", false, "high", null, "noflash.html");
theObject.addVariable('var_1', "some value");
you have some kind of endless loop. are you repeatedly trying to load something (like a load statement that repeatedly executes)? are you using a loop of some kind (like a preloader)?
On Sun, 28 Oct 2007 04:04:44 +0000, Michel B wrote:
> Hey folks,
> I am working on some *AS2* code.
> Problem: Basically, I'm loading my SWF file in Firefox; and the memory
> used is going upwards nonstop. After a couple of minutes, all system
> resources are used and I need to restart the browser. I suspect
> (obviously) a memory leak or the garbage collection not doing its proper
> Question: Is there some tools I can use to diagnose this problem and
> retrace where the leak is coming from. Ultimately is there some garbage
> collection optimization I should be aware of?
I have an update. It turns out the memory is leaking ONLY one of my
machines (which is running Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon 7.10). I am running the
latest version of Flash 9.0.48. I tried the SWF on Windows and other
flavors of Linux, and it works fine there.
Anyone encountered the same problem?